We’re excited to announce our latest partnership with Huntress. Huntress delivers a powerful suite of managed endpoint detection and response (EDR) capabilities—backed by a team of 24/7 threat hunters—to protect your business from today’s determined cybercriminals.

Who’s Hiding In Your Network

Traditional IT security tools like antivirus and firewall focus on prevention­ in other words, trying to stop cybercriminals from breaking down your front door.

And while these still play an important role today, hackers are finding new and innovative ways to bypass these systems and infiltrate SMB networks.

So what happens when a hacker slips through the cracks undetected? How long will they spend dwelling in your environment? What sensitive information will they capture? And at what point will they deploy ransomware and fully encrypt your systems?

Managed Detection & Response

To protect our clients from these evolving threats, we offer a managed detection and response (MOR) solution as part of our security service. This added layer of protection is designed specifically to look for these hidden threats and “quiet” indicators of compromise that other tools miss.

Think of it as a safety net or the backup cord on a parachute; if your primary defenses fail, MDR provides active threat hunting that can be the difference between a quick recovery or a major incident.

Hackers have upgraded their systems. Now we upgrade yours.


How MDR Works

Collect: Our software collects data from your desktop, laptops, and servers, and sends it to a cloud-based engine for automated review. This process is invisible to users.

Analyze: Once captured, our threats operations team manually reviews suspicious and potentially malicious activity to eliminate false positives and identify real threats to your network.

Remediate: If active threats are present, our team will isolate and remediate any infected machines. We’ll also provide you with easy-to-follow instructions if additional work is required or if we need to coordinate with you directly.

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